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Topic # 53073 8-Dec-2009 19:11
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This looks like a good deal for Vodafone customers:


http://www.vodafone.co.nz/sky-tv/mysky.jsp


If you are on the Ideal or Ultimate home phone and broadband pack and choose SKY with Vodafone, you will get MY SKY HDi for free (usually $15 per month). And pay a one-off installation fee of just $49 (normally $99).


HD ticket not included but this should boost the numbers of mysky subscribers significantly.


Vodafone obviously countering the Telecom / TIVO partnership. How long until broadband downloads come to the HDi platform?


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Matt.




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  Reply # 280752 9-Dec-2009 12:57
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I'm on Orcon so there's another one I won't have to worry about..




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